Archangelic Seals Mini Decal Pack

Archangelic Seals Mini Decal Pack

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Ever thought, "dang... I could really use the rectified seals of all four archangels as little stickers"?

This pack business-card sized sheet has the seals of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, and Raphael in handy 1" x 1" decals.

According to Abrahamic tradition, these four highest angels are given as friends, allies, and defenders of humankind, to be called upon for support and assistance.

These particular seals are originally taken from the Grimoire of the Armadel - the common version we see is from a British Museum edition prepared by Samuel Macgregor Mathers.

In my opinion, Mathers made some not insignificant editorial decisions translating and transliterating the seals to English, and since they appear to have gone through Greek first, there was some distortion by translation.

I call these rectified seals (thanks for the term of art, @khozmiq!) because the holy names are rectified to the original Hebrew.

For example, the name on tbe bottom of Michael's seal in the Grimoire is 'ATHANATOS' (essentially "Not [subject to] Death") is Greek, not Hebrew, like the other names around the circle.

As a bonus thank you, the pack also includes two unique Hoodoo Moses stickers!

Add these to your collection and be a part of this mind warping run across time, space, language and tradition.

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I wanted this decal pack not for any specific placements but as an addition to my altar to give respect to. I haven't considered separating and affixing them as of yet. But who knows, things change. I dig the cool Hoodoo Moses stickers that are included too. The old me is tempted to stick the Hoodoo Moses ones somewhere crazy on my walks around my city. But then I'd be upset with myself for not having them in my possession anymore. But doing that may get someone curious enough to Google and come into the fold. Another decision to consider maybe.